On my way home from Altus I traveled along a variety of secondary paved and even dirt and gravel roads – my normal way to travel when I have the time. As I was meandering home I ran across this unique rock structure located a few miles south of Mountain View, Oklahoma. The building materials resembled those used in and around Medicine Park, which was about 30 miles away. It seems this was an old gasoline station located on what once was a busy corner. I can imagine an awning coming out from the building to stretch over the top of the rock spires. Pipes for the gasoline pumps peaked out of the ground between the rock columns. No longer in use, this unique structure sits across the street from the Sedan Volunteer Fire Department building.
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About James Pratt
I am an Oklahoma based writer, commercial photographer, editorial photographer and adventurer based in Oklahoma City. I love telling stories about people. A motorcycle is my preferred means of travel, and I have over 5,000 hours piloting small airplanes. My editorial photography has been published in hundreds of magazines and my commercial photography has been used by dozens of companies worldwide.
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